"The world would be a better place if we were all more like Charlie Levin." — John Beer / New City

Just Completed — Live Performance
San Francisco International Arts Festival 2016

Single Point Perspective — a meditation on race, loss, grief, and "the other"

Featured in the San Francisco Weekly

"Provocative and brilliantly performed" — "Art on a scale grander than imagination" — "The most interesting, thought-provoking, creative performance I have ever been to" 

"Profound" — "Moving" — "Amazing" — "Beautiful, powerful, poignant, should not be missed" — "We talked about it all weekend." — "I'm still thinking about it."

"One of the best shows I’ve seen this year (I see about 2–3 theater/art shows a month)" — "Shows us how little we see, how little we know, how little we understand" — "I've never seen anything like it."  

"A splendid adventure. I am changed by you and your work, a tiny bit more open, a bit more bold, very encouraged and ever pragmatically optimistic." — Dr. Ayodele Nzinga, MFA, PhD

"She has that kind of courage. To put impermanence in."  — Oddbill.com



These interactive paintings are made with wax on glass, lit from front and behind. Maximizing the translucent quality of wax, backlighting reveals a completely different, but related, image. Lights fluctuate between the two states, triggered by a motion sensor when the viewer approaches. At first glance, it appears to be a traditional painting. However, when you engage, they change, becoming many things at once, and reveal their secrets.




"... wrenching images that haunt the psyche and lift the spirits."  — Chicago Sun-Times